I’ve always considered myself to be a particular sort of gamer: the kind who loves the stories they weave above all else, and the characters who carry them. But I discovered something about myself recently—I can just as easily love gameplay too. Thanks for opening my eyes, Nova-111.
Quick science lesson: Scientist Erwin Schrödinger had a thought experiment where you put a cat in a sealed box with poison. In a nutshell, at a certain point the cat is both alive and dead until you unseal the box.
According to FAS, American teens don't have the know-how to map a white blood cell system. Immune Attack gets them up to speed by providing them not only with text-dense screens about blood cells, but also with a full 3D game that incorporates elements of first-person shooters and Star Fox (only not in space). As a…
We've heard of Wiis in medicine before — but now instead of handing out Nintendo's little white giant to burn victims and physical therapy patients, some doctors are using them as training tools.